Some articles on flowering:
... Plants grow 30 to 80 cm (11" to 31.5") tall, flowering early summer but often found flowering till late summer, the flowers are white or greenish-white ... After flowering the fruits are produced in a dense rounded thimble shaped spikes 15 to 35 mm (0.6" to 1.4") long and 12 mm (0.47") wide ...
40–80 days after bud break the process of flowering begins with small flower clusters appearing on the tips of the young shoots looking like buttons ... Flowering occurs when average daily temperatures stay between 15–20 °C (59–68 °F) which in the Northern Hemisphere wine regions is generally around May and for the Southern ... It is during this stage of flowering that the pollination and fertilization of the grapevine takes place with the resulting product being a grape berry ...
... daniellii is seasonal with flowering and subsequent fruit-set ... Main flowering occurs at the beginning of the rainy season, from March to August ...
... Typically one or a few flowering stems are produced from short tap-roots ... When flowering is done, brown oblong shaped nutlets are produced in good number ... occurs from July into late September, but flowering can occur year round when climate permits ...
More definitions of "flowering":
- (noun): A developmental process.
Example: "The flowering of ante-bellum culture"
Famous quotes containing the word flowering:
“A book is like a manclever and dull, brave and cowardly, beautiful and ugly. For every flowering thought there will be a page like a wet and mangy mongrel, and for every looping flight a tap on the wing and a reminder that wax cannot hold the feathers firm too near the sun.”
—John Steinbeck (19021968)
“Surely among a rich mans flowering lawns,
Amid the rustle of his planted hills,
Life overflows without ambitious pains;
And rains down life until the basin spills,
And mounts more dizzy high the more it rains
As though to choose whatever shape it wills....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Now fades the lasts long streak of snow,
Now burgeons every maze of quick
About the flowering squares, and thick
By ashen roots the violets blow.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)